Anyway, if you are interested in the pictures I took, keep reading. If not, well, just go check out someone else's blog. Let me warn you, there are sixteen of them.
This first one is of some dried flowers or seed pods. I thought they looked pretty:
The next six are of the fungi growing in the "island" area:
The next three are of some leaves that have started to change color. We don't get much fall color here until the first two weeks of December, but the efforts of these few trying to brighten up my world warranted a picture and that picture posted on my blog:
As you can see, the "island" has a lot of leaves on the ground, but most of them are from years past.
Then there were these bushes with a lot of small, round, green berries on them. They sure did produce a lot of them:
The sumac is putting on a show of red leaves:
There were a few of these flowers blooming. They remind me of lilies of the valley, but they are not, but another beautiful offering of nature.
This is part of my driveway that we walked. This part runs east to west and borders the back of on of my neighbor's properties.
OK, I hope you enjoyed our little walk and that I didn't tire you out. Now you all take some walks and make sure you take time to look down, up, to the side, and all around. You would be surprised at just how much beauty you will be able to find. Have a great day, you hear?